From time to time I find myself sleeping in truck stops, rest areas and Walmart parking lots.
one thing I've always disliked is the lack of privacy while sleeping in my car. I've woken up to people staring at me while I sleep and that's creepy!
I devised a simple system that is not permanent and really easy to set up
All you need
A bunch of small or medium sized binder clips
a couple blankets or sheets
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Step 1: Two Ways!
There are two ways to do this. I found that i like the clip mouth facing up because it seems to me that it might be more friendly to the headliner. As shown, all you do it place one of the wire handles between your car's interior trim and the headliner!
Step 2: Difficult Places and Spacing
there are some places that the clip ends won't fit in. you may have to space the clips further apart.
If the trim on the interior of your car is held on by screws you can also fasten the binderclips with those screws.
Step 3: Good and Better
the large clips are a little unwieldy, however if they are all you have they will work fine. also with the mouth of the clip upwards i found that the clips hold the sheet better and don't rub on the headliner so much
Step 4: Clip Up Your Blanket!
it's as simple as that! once you have your clips up you can hang your blanket!
you can leave the clips in place or do as I do and store them in the unused ashtray.
Step 5: Tada!
Sleep in comfort and privacy!
I use a standard windshield cover for the front window.
CheapCologne made it!